1. Mick Glendening

    ride the blue moon jb xx

  2. lambrettalee

    Sad loss of a fascinating bloke who was always such a good laugh, even in recent times when his health was failing. The scooter scene is a bit of a poorer place without him. Thoughts are with Jude and the family right now.

  3. vespanic

    RIP Johnnie, a sad loss. Thoughts to his close friends and family

  4. VCBPresident

    sad day, used to love my chats with John on scooters, music and football, top lad that we should all feel indebted to, great enthususiasm for life even when he wasnt very well recently – RIP John

  5. Tony Bedlam

    Rip Jonny. BE SADLY MISSED! A True Crusader of the Scooter Scene

  6. Paul Ardern

    R.I.P Jonnie, our thoughts go out to your family

  7. Muttlyoo7

    R.I.P Jonnie.
    Jonnie was the No1 of the Stockport Crusaders when I joined the club as a 17 year old Mod in 82. He made me welcome, helped me souce spares for my ancient Li and introduced me to scooter rallies. He was an inspiration back then, and even long after I’d moved away from Stockport I’d often meet up with him on rallies and he’d always have time for a chat and a beer.

  8. sukram

    Mein Beileid. Und alles Gute den Hinterbliebenen. Das beste, was ich bei sluk bis jetzt gelesen habe. Danke

  9. Terry Hall

    Blue moon bud x

  10. Goldie

    JB was one of the 1st people to see through my exterior good looks and judge me as a individual. He always made time for me and many others as did Jude . Sad loss of a true gentleman xx

  11. ktmh5

    My most vivid memory of Jonnie was that he always used to call me “Plastic Crusader”, stemming from the fact that I ran the Leeds Crusaders for 15 years. Always put himself out to fulfil our “patch” orders even when we didn’t give him enough notice and left our order until the last minute.
    One of the nicest fellas I have met in scootering and had time for everyone. RIP “Proper” Crusader.

    Rich’ Oswald

  12. Ian Davenport

    Very sad news, Johnny was such a great guy. It was great to ride with you during the whole of the 80`s.

  13. Jade

    R.I.P Jonnie. You will be missed xx

  14. symcity

    Rest in peace Johnnie

  15. Amanda Collins

    RIP from everyone at SRP Toilet Hire and Sticky Rock – What a loss for the world, Jonnie was a great friend and a real support when we started out with the rallies and the business. A truly great man who will be sadly missed – Nigel x

  16. John Lindgren

    One of my enduring memories was of me and Jonnie managing to find the door to the roof of the Crown hotel in Ryde , climbing out there and singing chimchimeny at four in the morning, RIP mate

  17. Gruntle

    So sad to hear of Jonnies passing, was with him on the Top Gear shoot at Scarborough and remember him at the rallies and scooter events. So sad
    Ex Oldham Flying Wheels

  18. Roger Lockyer

    Very sad news, dont know how i found this…i was a member of the scsc back in 79 when it started, used to meet in the manet pub…top bloke ..always had time for people R I P

  19. Roger Lockyer

    Very sad news, dont know how i found this…i was a member of the scsc back in 79 when it started, used to meet in the magnet pub on the A6 tuesdays…top bloke ..always had time for people R I P

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